AuptiX launches hubless LTL freight pooling service
AuptiX, a business-to-business freight shipping provider, has announced the launch of AuptiX Pooling, a pooling service that intelligently combines multiple shipments headed to similar geographic regions into one shipment.
With AuptiX Pooling, multiple less-than-truckload (LTL) freight shipments are pooled together in real-time bringing increased delivery accuracy, speed and safety at a lower cost.
“At AuptiX our main goal is to fundamentally change the LTL shipping industry for small and medium-sized businesses across North America, and, AuptiX Pooling does just that,” said Oren Zaslansky, founder and CEO of AuptiX. “With AuptiX Pooling, customers receive premium full truckload service at LTL prices and are put back in control of their freight.”
AuptiX and its hubless pooling method avoids terminals or hubs so pooled shipments never see the inside of a warehouse and are never unloaded until they reach the final destination. The hubless model moves freight faster, cheaper, and dramatically reduces the risk of damage and loss.
AuptiX Pooling moves LTL freight with algorithms instead of warehouses. Shipments pooled with AuptiX never see the inside of a terminal; are never unloaded until it reaches its final destination; and get there faster at less cost.
“The traditional hub and spoke method is not ideal,” said Zaslansky. “It takes longer because trucks have to navigate through hubs in route to the final destination and there’s a higher chance of damage and loss. “These damages, delays and risks are something small and medium-sized businesses cannot afford. Thanks to AuptiX Pooling these headaches and hassles are a thing of the past.”
The AuptiX platform gives shippers the lowest prices on LTL shipping regardless of volume. By combining the purchasing power of thousands of small and medium-sized businesses, AuptiX provides customers with discounts that are usually only available to large companies.
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